If you’re looking to build a detached accessory dwelling unit in Seattle, the city has a list of pre-approved construction plans. This can streamline the permitting process, as all you need to do is pick a plan and connect with the designer.
There are plans available in various sizes, from 288 square feet to 1000 square feet. And there are a variety of designs to choose from, so you can find one that fits your needs and taste.
Anyway, not long after that, Adam designed and developed the Stem-n-Leaf Tiny House which we featured here. It’s been several years now, and so, if you liked that design now is a really great time to invest in the plans so you can build it later because they’re on sale for 80% off which brings the price down quite a bit. The basic plans, for example are only $20 down from $100. The full plans are $35 down from $175, and the plans + model (which include SketchUp files), are only $40 down from $200. Pretty awesome! Anyway, if you want to learn more about it below and spread the word. Thanks.
This is the Mt. Tolmie Tiny House by Island Life Tiny Homes. It was designed and built by four architectural students who wanted to provide a solution to British Columbia’s rising real estate costs.
Island Life Tiny Homes was established in January of 2016 by four visionary architectural students determined to provide an affordable, but elegant housing solution in British Columbia’s soaring housing marketing.
This is the story of a 927-sq.-ft. strawbale home with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a mudroom! It’s called the Ojo North and it’s designed by Future Living Lab. The home is built using strawbale structurally insulated panel construction. Interesting, right?
It may not be 400 sq feet small but we managed to fit 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a kitchen, dining area, living room, and mud room into this 927 sq foot strawbale house!
According to Business Insider, they measures just 100 sq. ft. and each tube costs about $15,000. They can be stacked and therefore be used as a temporary housing solution in places like shipyards, under highways, or even in-between buildings.
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